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Murdy Transportation Truck Pictures

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These Murdy Transportation Pictures were taken on April 4, 2000


Here are three views of a newer Murdy Kenworth tanker.
The following few pictures show Murdy's 1977 Kenworth long nose. This tractor started its life as a city tractor for Safeway Foods. Back then it had a much shorter wheel base. The engine is a "Pac Cup" Cat engine, with heat injectors. The front half of this beauty is all original 1977 Kenworth. After the frame was lengthened and the suspension changed, it is all 1999 on the back end.
Here is the logo found on the rear of the tank.
Here are two views of one of Murdy's Internationals with sleepers.
Murdy Transportation Pictures taken on April 9, 2000
Here are some pictures of Murdy Transportation's Peterbilt tankers.
Here are some of Murdy's Peterbilts with B-Train tarp-sided trailers.
Here are some more pictures of Murdy Transportation Peterbilts.
Here are some pictures taken at and near the Murdy Transportation terminal on Annacis Island in May 2000.
Here are some pictures taken at and near the Murdy Transportation terminal on Annacis Island in November 2000.
Brand new 2001 International tractor just arrived at the Murdy Transportation terminal while I was there.
Murdy Transportation Peterbilt tanker.
Here are some pictures taken at and near the Murdy Transportation terminal on Annacis Island in January 2001.
Here are some shots of one of Murdy's new 2001 International tractors parked with one of their B-Train curtain sides.
Murdy's 1977 Kenworth parked near their terminal with a tanker. Here are a couple of shots of a Murdy International tractor with a flat deck/tanker combo B-Train.
Here is another one of Murdy's new 2001 Internationals parked near their terminal.



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